Enforcing Possession Orders & Orders for Sale - How to Navigate the Minefield
For many practitioners, the need to obtain and subsequently enforce an order for sale is a rare one, and unless you are a practitioner specialising in this area of law, it is unlikely to be something that you come across very often.
However, more and more creditors are now seeking to secure their debts by way of charging order, and that is simply because, in the current climate, many debtors are not cash rich.
Creditors are therefore securing their debts against assets or property, and then subsequently enforcing these charges to release their money.
Being able to obtain and subsequently enforce orders for sale is therefore a valuable skill for any lawyer working within the debt recovery field and, in this new virtual classroom seminar, we will look at the process in detail to ensure that you know how to navigate your way through.
The session is most suitable for practitioners who already have at least a basic understanding and knowledge of both the charging order and order for sale procedures.
Whilst the session will include some reference to the basic order for sale process and subsequent enforcement thereof, it will concentrate on more intricate matters found within the procedure.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- A detailed look at the order for sale document, as issued by the Court; its contents; and what this means when taking steps to enforce
- Obtaining a warrant or writ of possession
- Taking possession of a property and obtaining vacant possession
- Practical considerations: vacant possession; bailiff and police involvement
- CPR, legislation, and recent case law updates
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.